LONDON Crude oil futures dipped below $65 a barrel as the dollar strengthened on Monday, with a public holiday in the United States and much of Europe keeping oil trading volumes muted.
The euro weakened versus most of its major counterparts as Greece told its international creditors they needed to reduce their demands that have been holding up the release of bailout funds for the Mediterranean country.
The Justice Department and General Motors could reach a settlement over the faulty ignition switch recall by this summer's end.
Asian stocks rose as Chinese equities extended their world-beating rally and better-than-expected export data and a weaker yen boosted Japanese shares.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran's state news agency is reporting the Islamic Republic will raise gasoline prices by some 40 percent as a result of cutting subsidies.